Check out my interview in this week’s episode of the Out Entrepreneur with Rhodes Perry, a show celebrating out-of-the-closet LBGT bosses. Some of the topics we addressed include the courage and bravery of being yourself, the reasons why diversity isn’t just something to pay lip service to, and the importance of bringing your full self […]
Rocket Lift’s own podcast tells stories of when things break on the internet, and the people who make them work again This week, we Rocketeers are ecstatic and proud to introduce our brand spanking new podcast, Hard Refresh! Hard Refresh will tell the stories of the unsung heroes who keep websites working, dark alleys of […]
Wherein I describe how Rocket Lift’s approach to sales flips the traditional sales approach on its head, and what you can expect when you inquire about hiring us.
Let it be known that I am a Typical Computer User. I didn’t care much about the internet issues that my compatriots talk about — security, privacy, peer-to-peer, open source, net neutrality and so forth. I had no idea what this stuff meant before I started working here, but now that I do, I’m proud to say that we’re taking steps to direct our use of the potential of the internet in a really positive direction. Even though it has been a very steep learning curve for me personally, I’m happy to report that our clients’ data is far more secure than it would have been before, and we have a much more robust and flexible data sharing system.
Rocket Lift’s Head Rocketeer Matthew Eppelsheimer gave an info-packed talk at annual WordPress gathering in Portland, WordCamp PDX 2013, about checklisting. His ideas go light years beyond your typical grocery list — for us they are a way to build a real path towards mistake-free work.